Graduate

Arts Co-op Student Hiring

For specialized skills and expertise at the graduate level, employers can hire co-op students from 3 programs.

UBC iSchool is a leader in educating information professionals, equipping them with the knowledge and understanding necessary to obtain and manage information in an increasingly complex world.

Read more about the types of work UBC iSchool students can perform for your organization.

The Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (MPPGA) provides professional students the essential knowledge, skills, and experience needed to advance compelling policy solutions that engage multiple stakeholders and drive positive change in the world.

Read more about the types of work MPPGA students can perform for your organization.

The UBC English and History Graduate Programs are the first programs at UBC to provide employers access to PhD co-op students.

Read more about the types of work English and History PhD students can perform for your organization.

Arts Amplifier Internship Hiring

Through the Arts Amplifier, a pilot project under the UBC Arts Co-op Program, you can access Master and PhD students, across all departments in the Faculty of Arts, for about 250 hours of paid full- or part-time work between May 1 and August 31.

These shorter term internships can jump start ongoing projects or set the groundwork for a new initiative for your organization, while allowing a student to learn sector specific skills and build their knowledge base.

To learn more about hiring an intern, visit the Arts Amplifier website.